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FOX News
Jul 14, 2010 9:00am EDT
november. maryland congressman chris van hollen, chair of the democratic national campaign committee and assistant to the speaker of the house, good morning and welcome to "america's newsroom". >> good to be with you. bill: last night, there was a pretty heated meeting that took place between the democratic leadership that involved you and a representative from the white house. and you were not happy at all the way that the white house is now position -- has now positioned this race in november, suggesting that democrats would lose control of the house. what was the tenor of that meeting last night, how tense was it? >> there's been some misinformation here. this was a subject of the discussion at the meeting and there's been some confusion, because what gibbs said was that there are a lot of seats in play around the country, something that we've been stressing from day one at the dccc, that this is going to be a very difficult political environment. his comments were interpreted by many to suggest the democrats were tkpwoz to -- were going to lose the house. bill: he was asked about
FOX News
Jul 16, 2010 9:00am EDT
earlier today, centered in germantown, maryland, it had a magnitude 3.7, lasted about 15 seconds. no reports of damage there in the nation's capitol. >>> more heavy rain in western japan, floods will leaving five people dead. several others, missing, after flash flooding swept nearly two dozen cars off the road, the rains triggering landslides that buried homes. martha: we have brand new reaction this morning over this controversy between the naacp and supporters of the tea party movement. the naacp is doing a resolution this week, calling out racism in the tea party. the reverend al sharpton this morning saying exactly what the group wants the tea party leaders to do. listen to this: >> why won't the tea party just say that we denounce anybody that comes to our rally that uses racism? i think what is overblown is rather than saying fine, anybody that comes to our fairs or events and says anything racist, we denounce it, and that's the end of the story. why this resistance from the tea party media to say we would renounce this? why doesn't the tea party come forward and say we de
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